Italian Language Study Abroad (LSA) in Rome
The LSA in Rome offers a thorough grounding in spoken and written Italian by encouraging students to immerse themselves in everyday life in one of Western culture’s most remarkable and emblematic cities, without parallel in its historical and cultural riches. Students live with local families and take three Dartmouth courses taught exclusively in Italian.
Prerequisite: Italian 2 or Italian 11 with a grade of B or better. Note: Italian 6 may count toward the minor.
- Italian 3, Intermediate Italian, solidifies the students' knowledge and usage of essential grammar skills.
- Italian 6, Italian Literature, allows students explore masterworks and their historical contexts. (Italian 6 may count toward the minor.)
- Italian 8, Exploring Italian Culture and Language, is an introduction to modern and contemporary Italian culture and society; also includes site visits aimed at exploring the cultural and artistic life of Rome over the centuries.